In the year 2000, artist Glenda León (Havana, 1976) left small frozen flowers inside ice cubes upon the tables of a bar.
Mexico City’s Tamayo Museum inaugurated the exhibition “Juan Downey| A Communication Utopia”, curated by Julieta González.
Gabriel Pérez-Barreiro: Guy, you have worked primarily as an art critic, but you have also curated several very important exhibitions. Many people think these two activities are somewhat incompatible, and there are few cases like yours. How do you approach this crossover, and what makes you decide to curate an exhibition rather than, say, writing an essay about the same artists?
Berenice Arvani Gallery announces the death on June 6, 2013, of the Argentine visual artist Manuel Álvarez.
“El Atlas del Imperio” (The Atlas of the Empire) the exhibition presented for the Latin American Pavilion of the Istituto Italo-Latinoamericano (IILA), inside the venue of Isolotto dell'Arsenale, was organized by Sylvia Irrazábal, IILA´s commissioner, with Alfons Hug as curator and Paz Guevara as co-curator.
La Bienal 2013, El Museo del Barrio’s 7th biennial exhibition, inaugurated on June 12, features work by 37 emerging Latino and Latin American artists, from newly-minted to mid-career, who live and work in New York City metropolitan area.
In 2006, the photographer Antolín Sánchez made a documentary film on the work of Luis Brito (Venezuela, Edo. Sucre, 1945).
Jorge Miño (Argentina, 1973) constructs beautiful and solitary architectonic landscapes that induce fantasy, while at the same time they retain a rare balance.
Fabián Marcaccio (Rosario, Argentina, 1963) has deservedly established himself as one of the most evident renovators of the Latin American pictorial language.